A fan sequel to the furry cartoon “Loonatics Unleashed”, where the heroes have a new challenge in the city of Tokio, where they´ll have to fight against new threats along with their new teammates.
Created by: Francisco Prada Horta
Artist: X Rider
Editor: Carlos Cardiel
Note: This is a work of mere fiction, any supernatural concept depicted here shall not be believed in or practiced in any way. Violence of any kind is not encouraged in any way.
Get ready for an insane, violent, unrelenting orgie on a small but horrible scale, as a team of poor bug exterminators tries to survive a simple cleanup job in an near-empty building, which just so happens to be infested with those dangerous, magical whimsy-imsy creatures called “Iddlings” and whatever else is lurking down the hallway.
Cirro and Nimbus have been co-workers for years, serving the Prospectors in their quest to reintroduce valuable technology to a recovering world. Determined to prove they're worthy of their job titles, Cirro and Nimbus discover a hidden city in the clouds, which ultimately tests their ideals and friendship.
Bert and Woodrow are two best friends who have spent their entire lives preparing for the worst. So when Armageddon finally arrives, it's a vacation compared to the decades of boring jobs and bad breaks these guys are used to. It's the apocalypse. It's zombies and demons and ghosts and robots and four horsemen who need taken down a peg. It's an all-ages end-of-the-world comedy. It's “Bert and Woodrow's Last Adventure,”
After a powerful wizard died in his dungeon, a gelatinous cube slimed over his corpse and everything but his skull dissolved. Centuries later, Balastar is a prisoner within a gelatinous cube he Stockholmly calls Greg. The comic follows them as new adventurers explore his dungeon.
The “Real World” is often described as “hard, tough, or not as easy as it appears to be.” 𝘛𝘩𝘦 𝘊𝘩𝘳𝘰𝘯𝘪𝘤𝘭𝘦𝘴 𝘰𝘧 𝘈𝘥𝘶𝘭𝘵𝘪𝘯𝘨 explores the world of Elise Saunders, a recent college grad who is discovering how challenging, yet intriguing life after college can be. Filled with laughs, tears, and awk moments, TCOA is for any reader enduring the journey of adulting or needing a break from this thing called life.